Kaplan IT Professionals Visit Druid Hills High School

June 12, 2017 at 9:10 am | Posted in Transcender news | Leave a comment

The Atlanta, GA office of Kaplan IT Training visited local school Druid Hills High School to participate in Career Day 2017. The event was well attended and the students seemed very interested in IT careers. They asked questions and signed up to receive more information about certification and training.

George Monsalvatge, Content Manager, gave the students an opportunity to improve their golf game, while informing them about opportunities in IT. Joshua Hester, Kaplan IT Product Director, provided insight into career options and explained the world of Information Technology to interested students. Shahara Ruth, Lead Instructional Specialist, assisted in gathering email contact information, and handing out giveaways. This was the first exposure to career information in a professional environment for many of the attendees. The Druid Hills High School principal,  Mrs. Brittany Cunningham, was welcoming and appreciative.

Kaplan IT Training would like to extend their thanks to the high school’s Business Education teacher, Mrs. Chavon Washington Hill, and the principal for inviting and hosting us. She and her staff are looking forward to the possibility of a long term relationship with Kaplan. The counseling team as well as the Business Education Department has invited Kaplan IT Training back to present information on careers in IT for the 2017-2018 school year.

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